Gerstein Honored Among World’s Top Intellectual Property Strategists

July 1, 2009

Firm partner Robert Gerstein has been recognized among the world’s leading intellectual property strategists by Intellectual Asset Management magazine. Robert Gerstein is the only partner from an intellectual property boutique firm to be accorded this honor and among just a handful of Illinois lawyers to be recognized.

The IAM 250 – the World’s Leading IP Strategists identifies those individuals who offer world-class services related to the development and implementation of strategies that enable intellectual property owners to maximize the value of their rights portfolios. Attorneys, consultants, financiers, and intermediaries from around the world were nominated, and only those who demonstrate “exceptional skill sets, as well as profound insights into the development, creation and management of intellectual property value” were selected, according to the magazine.

“Like many of our attorneys, Bob brings very specific technical expertise to the table, with an engineering degree and real-world experience that informs his strategic insights and delivers superior value to our clients.” said Jeff Sharp, managing partner of Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP.

Robert has been with Marshall Gerstein since 1988. His intellectual property practice focuses especially on patent and trademark licensing transactions, along with copyright, unfair competition and contract litigation. He is also experienced in patent and trademark prosecution. Among other honors, Robert was recommended by his peers as a Leading Lawyer and was voted an Illinois Super Lawyer. He is also a member of the firm’s executive committee.

Published six times a year, Intellectual Asset Management magazine is the only publication globally to focus on intellectual property as a business asset, with an audience at the C-suite and boardroom level in companies and corporations on all the major indices. 

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